24. September 2008 00:07
I've been heads down in work this last month and I've barely seen my wife in the process but I've learned a lot and yesterday I picked something up that I thought was worth sharing. When I was using Windows XP I sometimes had to run programs with the "RunAs" command so I could run them as a different user than myself. One of my current projects required this for SQL Server Management Studio 2005 but I couldn't find any way to do this. After a lot of frustration I found somebody mentioning RunAs command from the command prompt. When I saw this I thought there was still hope and after reading the RunAs little help section and trying a couple different things I was successful at launching SQL Server Management Studio 2005. Below is what I ended up using to make it work.
runas /noprofile /netonly /user:domain\username "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE\ssmsee.exe"
Hope this helps somebody as it helped me.
8. September 2008 02:09
Back in February I got asked by the N3UG to speak in September at their user group on InfoPath 2007 and Visual Studio2008. I'm really excited about speaking there because I've got some great new material to share with them on building a framework with Visual Studio 2008 for InfoPath 2007 forms. This material is brand new and I haven't had a chance to blog or speak about it so I’m hoping it will be helpful to someone. Building a framework is nothing new because everyone usually does it when building custom applications but a lot of times there is a misunderstanding what can be done with InfoPath and SharePoint to make things a lot more user friendly. The meeting is tomorrow night Sept. 9th at 6:30 pm at SetFocus' Parsippany facility. The user group website is http://n3ug.org/ and directions to get there can be found at http://www.setfocus.com/headquarters.aspx
Hope to see you there.